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Stephanie Molster Interiors

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Stephanie Molster is a Charleston-based designer whose work mixes the old and new, infusing elements of classic and modern to provide her clients with unique visual interest and tailored detail.

After earning her undergraduate degree at UNC-Chapel Hill, Stephanie started her career in New York City working for two of Manhattan’s premier interior design firms, The Jeffrey Design Group and Amanda Nisbet Design.  While in New York, Stephanie also attained a graduate degree from the highly regarded New York School of Interior Design.

In 2013, Stephanie returned to the Southeast to open the doors of Stephanie Molster Interiors.  Since then, her clients have taken her all over the East Coast, from Palm Beach to New York.  Stephanie dedicates herself to channeling the needs of each individual client, with an emphasis on collaboration and professionalism.  Her work strives to strike a harmony between beauty and function; she is inspired by spaces that are both sophisticated and inviting.  Stephanie Molster Interiors is a full service design firm, with experience in both residential and commercial projects

A North Carolina native, Stephanie now lives in Charleston with her husband and her two sons, Ford and George.

photo by Julia Lynn

In Her Words... read on to get to know Stephanie!

How did you get started in Interior Design? What is your background?

My mother was an Interior Designer, so I was fortunate enough to have grown up surrounded by beautiful interiors. As a kid, I would tag along with my mom to workrooms and vendor appointments. I loved hanging out in her office sorting and organizing the mounds of fabric and wallpaper samples. But it wasn’t until I moved to NYC after college that I realized my own passion for Interior Design. Before even signing the lease on my first studio apartment, I was already sketching floor plans and picking paint colors!

photo by Julia Lynn

How would you describe your design aesthetic?

First and foremost, I would like to think my design aesthetic is client-driven. At SMI, we truly aim to create interiors that reflect each individual client based on their specific needs and lifestyle.

photo by Julia Lynn

What is your favorite room in your house?

My Powder Room! When we renovated the house several years ago, I splurged on marble tile and countertops – even though it would mostly be used by my two young sons. I painted the walls dark and hung all my favorite art in there. I am continuously adding to the art and it now feels like a little jewel box! It makes me happy every time I’m in there. So, word to the wise….make the splurge!

photo by Julia Lynn
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